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The Great Bible 1539



14:1Ye are the children of the Lord your God. Ye shall not cut youre selues, nor make you any baldnes betwene youre eyes for any deed man.
14:2For thou art an holy people vnto the Lorde thy God, and the Lorde hath chosen the, to be a seuerall people vnto hym selfe, aboue all the nacyons that are vpon the erth.
14:3Thou shalt eate no maner of abhominacion.
14:4These are the beastes which ye shall eate of oxen, shepe and goates,
14:5hert, roo and bugle: wildegoate, vnicorne, wylde oxen & Camelion.
14:6And all beastes that cleaue the hoffe, and slytte it into two clawes, and chewe the cud, them ye shall eate.
14:7Neuerthelesse, these ye shall not eate of them that chewe cud and of them that deuyde and cleaue the hoffe: the camell, the hare and the conye: whych chewe cud, but deuyde not the hoffe: therfore are they vncleane vnto you:
14:8and also the swine, though he deuide the hoffe, yet he cheweth not cud, therfore is he vncleane vnto you: ye shall not eate of the flesh of soche, nor touche the dead carkesse of them.
14:9These ye shall eate of all that are in the waters: All that haue fynnes & scales shall ye eate:
14:10And whatsoeuer hath not fynnes & scales, of that ye maye not eate, but it is vncleane vnto you.
14:11Of all cleane byrdes ye shall eate:
14:12but these are they of whych ye shall not eate: the Egle, the goshauke, and the cormerant,
14:13the Ixion, the vultur, the kyte after her kynde,
14:14and all kynde of rauens,
14:15the Estritch, the nyghtcrowe, the kuckowe, and the sparowe hawk after her kynde,
14:16the lytle oule, the great oule, the back,
14:17the bitture, the pye,
14:18the storke, the heron, the Iay in his kynde, the lapwinge, the swaloue.
14:19And let all crepinge foules be vncleane vnto you, and not be eaten of:
14:20but of all cleane foules ye maye eate.
14:21Ye shall eat of nothynge that dyeth alone: But thou shalt geue it vnto the straunger that is in thy cytie, that he eate it, or thou mayst sel it vnto an Aliant. For thou art an holy people vnto the Lorde thy God. Thou shalt not sethe a kyd in hys mothers mylcke.
14:22Thou shalt tythe all the encrease of thy seed, that the felde bryngeth furth yeare by yeare:
14:23And thou shalt eate before the Lorde thy God, (in the place whych he hath chosen, and where he hath put his name) the tythe of thy corne, of thy wyne & of thyne oyle, and the fyrst gendred of thyne oxen & of thy shepe, that thou mayst learne to feare the Lorde thy God all waye:
14:24If the waye be to longe for the, so that thou art not able to carye it, & yf the place be farre from the, which the Lord thy God hath chosen to set his name there (and the Lord thy God hath blessed the)
14:25then shalt thou make it in money, & take the money in thyne hande, & go vnto the place whych the Lorde thy God hath chosen,
14:26and bestowe the money for whatsoeuer thy soule lusteth after: for oxen, & shepe, wyne & stronge drynke, & for whatsoeuer thy soule desyreth, and eate there before the Lorde thy God and be mery. bothe thou and thyne housholde,
14:27and the Leuite that is wythin thy gates, shalt thou not forsake, for he hath nether parte nor enheritaunce wyth the.
14:28At the ende of thre yeare, thou shalt brynge forth all the tythes of thyne encrease the same yeare, and laye it vp wythin thyne awne gates.
14:29And the Leuite whych hath no parte nor enheritaunce with the, shall come, & the straunger, the fatherlesse and the wedowe, which are within thy gates, shall eate & be fylled: that the Lorde thy God maye blesse the, in all the workes of thyne hande which thou doest.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."